Trevor Noah Officially Says Goodbye to "The Daily Show": "It's Taught Me to Be Grateful"

Trevor Noah on The Daily Show.

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Trevor Noah has formally bid goodbye to “The Daily Show.” On Dec. 8, the 38-year-old late-night host wrapped up his time on the present after seven years. “Honestly, most significantly, I’m grateful for you. Every single one in all you,” Noah instructed the viewers throughout his farewell episode. “This is random for some, however particular shout-out to Black ladies. I’ve typically been credited with having these grand concepts. People say, ‘Oh Trevor, you are so sensible.’ I’m like, ‘Who do you suppose teaches me? Who do you suppose formed me, nourished me, and fashioned me?’ From my mother, my grand[mom], my aunt, all these Black ladies in my life, however in America as effectively.”

He continued: “I at all times inform folks if you wish to really study America, speak to Black ladies, ‘trigger not like everyone else, Black ladies cannot afford to f*ck round and discover out. Black folks perceive how onerous it’s when issues go unhealthy, particularly in America.”

In his parting ideas, Noah shared a number of the largest classes he is discovered from his time on “The Daily Show.” “When I thought of it, I spotted there have been three important classes that I’ve discovered in my time being privileged sufficient to host the present that you have been great to look at. And the primary lesson I discovered is one thing that took me a very long time to appreciate: points are actual, however politics are simply an invented strategy to remedy these points. Don’t ever overlook that,” he mentioned.

Another lesson Noah discovered: context is every part. He defined, “Never overlook that context issues, and I’ll always remember how a lot context issues. I really feel like we dwell in an age of limitless info proper now, however we by no means appear to acknowledge that there is a scarcity of context.” The third? Gratitude. “It’s taught me to be grateful. Grateful for every part that I’ve that I do not even understand I’ve,” he famous.

Even although Noah has signed off from “The Daily Show,” he already has large plans for the longer term. Following his exit announcement on the Sept. 29 episode of his present, Noah stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” to debate his departure from “The Daily Show” in depth.

“Everything is what I’m going to be doing.”

“Why not?” Noah requested on Oct. 13 when Fallon questioned his choice to depart “The Daily Show.” “People ask you this query as for those who’re telling them unhealthy information, and I can perceive that,” he added. ” . . . I consider this as a joyous factor. I lived by means of a loopy time; I shared it with individuals who had been sort sufficient to share it with me. We lived by means of one thing, and what’s on the opposite aspect? I do not take something without any consideration anymore. I do not imagine that life is a given. I do not assume that issues will come to me. So I simply go, ‘This is it. This is time.'”

What Will Trevor Noah Do After “The Daily Show”?

When requested what he plans to do subsequent, Noah declared: “Everything.” “I’m going to get drumming classes from Quest[love],” he joked. ” . . . I’m so excited to do every part. I did not get to journey as a lot, doing stand-up world wide — I’m excited to do this . . . Producing, working behind the digital camera, engaged on completely different concepts. Going again house spending extra time with household in South Africa. Everything is what I’m going to be doing.”

As far as Noah’s instant plans go, he has a sequence of documentaries known as “The Turning Point” releasing on MSNBC, all of which can spotlight hot-button subjects within the US — together with local weather change, reproductive rights, and the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. Per Deadline, the primary episode of Noah’s docuseries, “Shouting Down Midnight,” premiered on Oct. 23, adopted by “From Devil’s Breath” — produced by Leonardo DiCaprio — and “Split Screen,” which aired on Nov. 13 and Nov. 20, respectively.

On Oct. 20, Noah introduced one other venture, this time a comedy special with Netflix titled “I Wish You Would,” which hit the streamer on Nov. 22. The official trailer dropped on Nov. 16, and it exhibits Noah poking enjoyable on the approach US presidents communicate.

And on Nov. 14, the comic introduced on social media his 28-city US stand-up tour titled “Off the Record,” which kicks off in Atlanta on Jan. 20 and wraps in San Francisco on Dec. 3, 2023. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Noah may also take his tour abroad for worldwide dates and places that haven’t but been introduced.

Hear extra about Noah’s future plans within the video forward.

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